A Brief Vignette using text, digital masking, music, and clips from Citizen Kane to analyze in a condensed way the psychological development of Orson Welles's immortal character. Topics: Citizen Kane, Film, Film History, After Effects
Arthur Smith was born in Silver Spring, Nevada in 1909 and passed away in 2000 after having lived in the Bay Area and Big Bear Lake, California. According to his typewritten autobiography, after high school he began working for the Pacific Telephone Company as a telephone repairman. He was asked by the company to make a sponsored film for them, and he was later promoted to first level management at Pacific Telephone. Smith produced a variety of instructional and safety films for the Bell... Topics: Amateur films, Arthur H. Smith, Film history
Few know that Chicago was briefly the film capitol of the world - and even fewer know that so much of The Essanay Studios building is still around! You can see the studio space - and even some awesome old vaults. Adam, Hector, and film historian Michael Glover Smith explore the space and talk about its history. http://chicagounbelievable.com Topics: chicago, charlie chaplin, history, film history
John Hess covers the life and times of Sessue Hayakawa, Hollywood's first sex symbol in the silent era and probably the most interesting independent filmmaker you never heard of. And we cover the articles from May 13-19, 2012. Topics: Film, Filmmaking, Podcasts, Film history, Sessue Hayakawa
December 2010 besökte Elliott Gould Cinematekets Actors Studio för samtal med Johanna Koljonen och Cinematekets medlemmar. Lyssna här på första delen av samtalet, som kom att handla om Goulds tidiga karriär, hans stora genombrott och samarbete med Ingmar Bergman i filmen "Beröringen" (1971). Samtalet är på engelska. Topics: Film, Film History, Elliott Gould, Robert Altman, Ingmar Bergman
En av svenska filmhistoriens största filmfotografer, Gunnar Fischer, fyllde 100 i år. Cinemateket bjöd in filmkritikern Mårten Blomkvist för ett samtal med Fischers söner Peter och Jens, och filmprofessorn Leif Furuhammar. Missa inte denna pärla fylld av anekdoter om den svenska filmhistorien! Musiken i introt kommer från Matti Byes "Sintrams visa" från skivan "Musik till filmen Gösta Berlings Saga" 2008, Rotor Records. Topics: Film, Film History, Photography, Gunnar Fischer, Ingmar Bergman
Förra veckan besökte välkände filmprofessorn Richard Dyer Cinemateket för att introducera Mauritz Stillers Vingarne, en av de tidigast kända filmerna med gay-tematik. Filmen inledde vår censurserie, men faktum är att den lyckats klara sig från biografbyråns saxar när den hade premiär 1916. I introduktionen, elaborerar Dyer kring sitt inledande kapitel i boken ”Now You See It” (2003), om hur Stiller och hans team gick till väga för att uttrycka det som inte fick synas. Last... Topics: Film History, Richard Dyer, Mauritz Stiller, Herman Bang, Vingarne
Gary-Paul and Jazz Poet Zigi Lowenberg sit down for Martinis at Le Artiste Cafe in Las Vegas during NAB 2006 with Filmmaker/Author Michael Rubin. Rubin details his involvement with the historical laserdisc Non-Linear editing system the CMX6000 in regards to the making of "The Sheltering Sky" with Bernardo Bertolucci and Gabriella Cristiani. A classic telling of Filmmaking and non-destructive editing history. Rubin recently published the book "Droid Maker: George Lucas and the... Topics: bertolucci, sheltering sky, cmx6000, non-linear, film history
An episode of "I'm ready for my close-up", originally broadcast on Resonance 104.4 FM. Alex Fitch interviews Times journalist John Clarke about the history of black musicians on film in the aftermath of the release of Dreamgirls. Topics: Black music, Film history, John Clarke, The Times, Dreamgirls Source: Resonance 104.4 FM
December 2010 besökte Elliott Gould Cinematekets Actors Studio för samtal med Johanna Koljonen och Cinematekets medlemmar. Lyssna här på andra delen av samtalet, som kom att handla om Goulds karriär, TV-roller, motgångar och syn på skådespelaryrket. Plus Goulds svar på publikens frågor! Topics: Film, Film History, Elliott Gould, Ingmar Bergman, George Clooney, Steven Soderbergh
Chale Nafus was a founding member of the Austin Film Society and now serves as the group’s Director of Programming. He taught film studies for 26 years at Austin Community College, where he also served as Chair of the Arts and Humanities Division and head of the Radio-Television-Film Department. Chale also taught at the Universidad de Puerto Rico (Mayaguez) and in the City University of New York system. He has written extensively on film and film history. We talk about global cinema, about... Topics: Rag Radio, Thorne Dreyer, Chale Nafus, Austin Film Society, Film History
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BEN TURPIN: The Rear Guard of Saxicolous Wayfarers ofCinematic FinitudeWilliam Thomas Sherman, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mn-hp.com Topics: Ben Turpin, film history, film biography, Da Vinci Code type thrillers
One of the most celebrated films in history,"Citizen Kane", epitomizes the significant impact of originality and how a cinematic visionary can inspire filmmakers for generations to come. As essential as the work is to film history so is the documentary "THE COMPLETE CITIZEN KANE" produced in 1991 as part of the many celebrations of the movie's 50th anniversary. It's an hour and a half journey into the life of director Orson Welles and the making of the cinematic classic... Topics: Orson Welles, Movie, Documentary, Citizen Kane, Milestone, The Complete Citizen Kane, Film History,...
A widely played music video influences a generation's hair style and becomes the topic of conversation between the US President and NASA during the Mars Curiosity landing which was coined the "Seven minutes of Terror". Topics: brannon bates, brando, brando brannon bates, brandon bates, brando bates, music, film, acting, film...
Brannon Paul Bates is an American actor and musician. Born in Atlanta, Georgia to Mona Lisa Bates and Jim Paul Bates, and he is the older brother to Cheyenne Luck Bates. Brannon's father was in the Army and his mother a devout church volunteer. At 10 years old the family moved from Atlanta to the small Mayberry-like town of County-Line, Georgia where he attended County-Line Elementary School which held less than 100 students. He was a devoted football player beginning at 4 years old. He was a... Topics: brannon bates, brando, brando brannon bates, brandon bates, brando bates, music, film, acting, film...
This is the 2013 CD release by Brando Brannon Bates titled "Napalm" which was a double CD release with 18 tracks in total. Topics: brannon bates, brando, brando brannon bates, brandon bates, brando bates, music, film, acting, film...